Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs said he wants to end the 2015 legislative session by Thursday — a target that would make it the shortest session in nearly 50 years.Read More »
A victory by Arizona Republicans in the Legislature’s lawsuit against the Independent Redistricting ...
Sen. Catherine Miranda is “strongly exploring” running for Congress in Arizona’s 1st Congressional D...
Fearing defeat at the Supreme Court, more than a dozen members of Congress from California and Arizo...
Lawyers for Arizona and the American Civil Liberties Union are asking a federal judge to let them co...
State Senate President Andy Biggs has been called a RINO and a clown, and even compared to Democrati...
In the first four months under House Speaker David Gowan’s leadership, the cost of running the chamb...
The good news is that state revenues surged in April. The catch is that budget analysts aren’t sure...
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill Tuesday increasing the production cap for state microbreweries while at Four Peaks Brewing Company's original restaurant in Tempe.Read More »
Arizona taxi companies that also operate ride-hailing services won a major concession Tuesday on insurance in a bill overhauling regulations for firms such as Uber and Lyft.Read More »
A nominee for the Arizona Board of Education won’t be confirmed this year over one senator’s objections to his support of the Common Core education standards.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey plans to sign a bill allowing microbreweries to keep running their restaurants even as they grow into large beer producers at a Tempe brew pub.Read More »
The Senate has pushed through two proposals to transfer federal public lands to the state.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to permanently index Arizona’s income tax rates to inflation, a top priority he laid out in his first State of the State address.Read More »
Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed a bill that would have barred law enforcement agencies from imposing quotas for traffic citations on police officers. In his veto letter on Monday, Ducey said such quotas “don’t currently appear to be happening” in Arizona ...Read More »
As the son of a cop, Gov. Doug Ducey was sympathetic towards the aim of a bill giving police officers involved in shootings a two-month period of anonymity. But he vetoed it today because it went too far.Read More »
State senators voted Monday to let special interests give candidates more cash, even as they threw another roadblock in the path of voters wanting to enact their own laws.Read More »